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Educational Policies 2002 -Present Zachary Schrage
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) O Implementation of state standards O Proficiency in Math and Reading O No federal funding for schools that don’t make adequate yearly progress (AYP)
Did NCLB Work? Pros Cons Minimal gains Teaching to the test Uniform accountability Rigidness Increase in funding State’s rights issues
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Race to the Top O Something New? O President Obama’s focus O Merit Pay O Teacher Competency O School Choice
What is Merit Pay? O Earning a raise based on performance O Two criteria O Teacher Evaluation O Student Performance
Merit Pay O Why merit pay won't work Why merit pay won't work O Does not mention socioeconomic differences.
Teacher Competency O Competency test on knowledge of content O Substance Vs. Pedagogy O Teacher Failure
School Choice O Georgia H.B. 251- Parents can send their kids to any school regardless of student achievement O Creates Competition O Problems?
Current Issues. Vocabulary No Child Left Behind (NCLB)Curriculum AccountabilitySilent Epidemic Standardized TestMagnet School Charter SchoolCapitalism.
No Child Left Behind Education Week
Florida’s Implementation of NCLB John L. Winn Deputy Commissioner Florida Department of Education.
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Bob Mattila. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) is an act that was passed in 2002 with the goal of - "An act to close the achievement gap with accountability,
Aim: Does the US need to reform the educational system? Do Now: Make a list of the best aspects of the education you receive and make a list of the worst.
Education in America, Is the American Education System Leaving Children Behind?
Events that led to NCLB Allows all children to receive a quality education Gives higher standards and greater accountability Teachers teach things that.
GEORGIA’S CRITERION-REFERENCED COMPETENCY TESTS (CRCT) Questions and Answers for Parents of Georgia Students February 11, 2009 Presented by: MCES.
The persons whose photographs are depicted in the slides are professional models. They have no relation to the issues discussed. Any characters they are.
AYP: Are You Perfect? By: Jalynn Speck, Linda Oller, and Jill Polsley.
The No Child Left Behind Act and Title 1 Schools What Parents Should Know and Do.
Web Pedagogies Week 8: Systems Approach The No Child Left Behind Policy.
No Child Left Behind Tecumseh Local Schools. No Child Left Behind OR... 4 No Educator Left Unconfused 4 No Lawyer Left Unemployed 4 No Child Left Untested.
High Stakes Testing EDU 330: Educational Psychology Daniel Moos.
Presenters: Emily & Lily Professor: Dr. James C. Lawlor Date: July 23rd.
Education Reform Katherine Pang Ava Tompkins Ali Searle “An act to close the achievement gap with accountability, flexibility, and choice so that no child.
Title I and Families. Purpose of Meeting According to the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, schools are required to host an Annual Meeting to explain.
Analysis of No Child Left Behind Act Ben, Eric & Shawn.
Assessment & Accountability TEP 128A March 7, 2006.
No Child Left Behind The Federal Education Law and Science Education May, 2004.
C&I 212 Dr. Brown. Federal Role in Education Bill of Rights (10th Amendment) Morrill Acts Smith-Hughes Act (1917), George-Barden Act (1946) GI.
No Child Left Behind Presented by: Daniel J. Herrera Based on information obtained at and Presented by: Daniel J. Herrera.
Ed Reform in Washington State 4.5, 4.6. Purpose of Understanding If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you get there? How.
1 NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND The reauthorized elementary and secondary education act.
George W. Bush Provides public school choice and services for students in failing schools as early as the fall of Integrate scientifically based.
The Standards and Accountability Reform Effort Key Efforts: “Goals 2000,” Pres. Clinton, 1997 “No Child Left Behind,” President Bush, 2000 Up for renewal,
NCLB. Introduction Increased federal mandates and requirements on states Increased federal funding to states by almost 25% from the previous year Movement.
BY Taylor, Kristen and Bridget. Developed by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and the Council of Chief of State School Officers.
On the horizon: State Accountability Systems U.S. Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education October 2002 Archived Information.
District Improvement….. Outcomes Why we are in District Improvement. What is DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT? How we got this rating. What does this mean.
THE PROS AND CONS OF NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND
US Government Mrs. Lacks ON THE ISSUES: EDUCATION.
STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY: PROMOTION AND GRADUATION TESTS BY ISABELLA BROWN Emory University Summer 2006.
1 The Federal No Child Left Behind Act and the Financial Impact on Manchester Public Schools Fiscal Year
2013 Accountability Report Jurupa Unified School District Board of Education Meeting.
Final Review Day 2: Education in America. Problems with American Education -Currently 68% of students in high school will graduate -Dropping out of high.
Parkway District Improvement…. 10/16/ Outcomes Why we are in District Improvement. What is DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT? How we got this rating.
Parents as Partners: How Parents and Schools Work Together to Close the Achievement Gap.
No Child Left Behind Adequate Yearly Progress Report July 22, 2009.
N O C HILD L EFT B EHIND Jill Daignault ED 613 Unit III Assignment.
VISION EDUCATION REFORM Tyronne Burns. INTRODUCTION Where are we with the public education system? What are the major problems, concerns and issues? Where.
Power and Control at State and National Levels: Political Party Platforms and High- Stakes Testing Chapter 9 ©2012 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights.
Presented By: Kealee Paulsen, Chelsea Varney, Zoë Brown, McKenna Marshall.
Marjorie Hall Haley, PhD - GMU1 NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND The reauthorized elementary and secondary education act.
Bell Ringer How can teachers better integrate technology into their lessons?
Daniel H. Holloway Senior at Old Dominion University Coordinator of Database Services Gloucester County Public Schools.
1 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) U.S. Department of Education Adapted by TEA Modified by Dr. Teresa Cortez September 1, 2008.
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